I can't imagine what it's like to have voices inside your head. I have a hard enough time with my own thoughts. If your doctor is a little bit concerned, is he going to do something? Change your meds? Find you a counsellor that will deal with SI issues?
I am diagnosed with severe major depressive disorder with psycotic features plus a few other things but not ocd. I hear and see things that are not there and I know there not there if that makes any sense.
Major Depressive Disorder With Psychotic Features
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Trg, this is a strange thought but the voices are in the 3rd person right? I know that you have severed yourself from you as a child. This "severing" IMO makes you not a "whole" person but someone who is not integrated. Could this lack of integration of yourself be this 3rd voice? (I love not thinking "inside the box").
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I was diagnosed with major depressive disorder with psychatic features too.I was very confused and I was so bad that I could not move my body anymore so my mom called 911 and i was hospitalized.I never knew what was wrong with me until I really got better.now I realize that howI was hearing the voices at the hospital and seeing things.the voices thatI heard was the voices of people that I know but they wouldn't be there.Iheard the whole conversation of my mom .she was talking on the phone right next to me but when I looked around there was nobody around .I took risperdal for 5 years with all the side effects then changed to abilify that works very good for me.when i look back i think my depression started when i was a kid.anyways I just wanted to share some.I never met anybody with same problem.